2.9 - 22.9


Liebig 12
Jugend [widerstands]  museum

Week 1

reservation by email
Workshop #1
Workshop #1
2.9 Friday

3.9 Saturday
Workshop #1
Workshop #1
17.9 Saturday 14:30

Paul Tas

Error instruments
Soldering your Error Synth

For this workshop Error instruments will bring the LABsynt.

It is a handon stand alone synth where you can find the noise spots by touching your hands and play with the oscillators.
The front panel has an open header to experiement with multiple components to hear the manupulations of sounds such as using  different values of capacitors, LEDs or resitors.

This synth is great if you like cinematic sounds, deep drones for creating an ambient piece.

€ 85
2 hours, coffee/tea/snacks, plus all gear

Workshop #2
Workshop #2

3.9 Saturday 12:30

Yuri Landman

Self made instruments - Hypercustom Instruments
Build your Elektroacoustic instruments

In the Quickstep Kalimba Workshop you will make the electric variant that can be handy to plug in any amp and to use in any soundproduction. The tuning is adapted to the 12 tone common in Western music, but can be adapted to the traditional tunings as well if desired.

4 hours, coffee/tea/snacks, plus all gear

18:00 ! OPENI

NG BUBBLES ! 18:00



Week 2

reservation by email

Week 3

reservation by email

// if you like a combination of workshops, please send a email for combo workshop tickets.

Workshop #3 
Workshop #3
17.9 Saturday 12:30 

Sarah Sommers

Transfor your hardware

Ecstatically upgrading your hardware. In this
workshop we will be working on the looks of your favorite hardware. Sarah will guide you through the steps of the external transformation of your hardware boxes.

The workshop can also include the creation and stickering of design made by you in the workshop if you wish. The stickering process is only possible for the Elektron boxes listed below, but feel free to just come and learn about it. 

- Elektron Analog Rytm MKI
- Elektron Analog four MKI
- Elektron Syntakt
- Elektron Digitakt
- Berhnringer TD3
- Steda SR-909
- SOMA Laboratory Pulsar-23

€ 20 workshop incl. stickering 
€ 10 workshop excl. sitckering

3 hours, coffee/tea/snacks, material, plus your own elektron gear from the list above and a laptop if you want to design a sticker, software provided afterwards.

Workshop #4

17.9 Saturday 14:30

James Osterlund

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin · Berlin School of Mind and Brain  

Tinnitus Tones

You know that ringing in your ears? The EEEEEEEEEE sound that buzzes around your brain? It’s called tinnitus. And its tone, or tones, have mystified and mortified humans throughout history. While neuroscientists are closer to cracking the code behind this primarily cognitive phenomenon, talk of a cure still seems like science fiction.

In this workshop, attendees will be guided through a short introspective exercise in attending to their tinnitus tone(s) with as much awareness and precision as phenomenologically possible. Once well acquainted with their inner buzzes, bleeps and bloops, everyone is encouraged to artificially synthesize and present their inner noise for others to observe, compare, and --for want of understanding-- accept


Jeannette  Petrik

Presenting the Zine para_llel , reflection on noise as a phenomenon, driving reflections on ambiguity and sound practices. 

para_llel is a semi-collective project, which was put into motion in 2018, as a reflection on noise as a phenomenon, driving reflections on ambiguity and sound practices. Over the course of the following four years, the project became a testing ground for ideas about what a publication could be, mostly in the shape of informal conversations with publishers, curators, designers and artists. This first issue of para_llel is released in the context of the first edition of Berlin Noise Festival 2022. Contributors include Christopher Bohlen, Peter Kirn, Yuri Landman, James Osterlund, Jeannette Petrik and studio calh, while Jeannette Petrik edited texts and designed the publication.

€ 20
2 hours, coffee/tea/snacks, first edtion of the two Zines

Workshop #5

17.9 Saturday 16:00

Anna Jordan

How to start your own label or distribute your music

You have finished tracks and are not sure how to release it? Let’s talk a bit about labels, distribution and release plans in general and discuss the pros and cons of releasing on a
label and doing it yourself.

Do you want to launch your own label?
We will talk about the beginnings (forming a concept from an idea) and dive in into branding, design, workflow, admin
tasks, distribution and promotion options and rights management.

Do you want to self-release or release on your label? From creating assets (images, videos, digital and physical products) we will go through a release plan, scheduling and
promotion campaign and discuss some of the most important tools.

2 hours, coffee/tea/snacks

Workshop #6

18.9 Sunday 13:30

Ashley Puente

Ableton - First aid guide to integrating your hardware in DAW

Have you ever run out of modulators or desire a deeper integration with your DAW and modular system? Did you ever think of a patch but didn’t have enough cables or modules to make it happen?

Hybrid systems combining analog and digital capabilities allow for many possibilities and new creative avenues to either adapt a Live set to make it tactile or use the modulators in your system to automate specific parameters on your digital instruments or effects to create a more dynamic beat, melody, or drones.

Working with your DAW and Live might sound overbearing and too complicated, but it can be fun once you break it into single parts. Ashley will run you through using a DC-coupled interface or module like Expert Sleepers(ES-8, ES-9, etc..)with your modular in Live. The basics of how to calibrate your oscillators to keep them in tune. To sync your DAW with your Eurorack using CV Clock in or out, send triggers to sequence drum sounds, and control your modular or drum racks with automation curves from Live. Overall, she will show how fun and creative this seemingly complicated thing can be.
2 hours, coffee/tea/snacks

18.9 Sunday 16:00
#Workshop #7

Moritz Klein

Analog Filtering
How to start your DIY projects to build up to a modular synth

Who doesn’t love a good resonant low pass VCF? It’s arguably the beating heart of any subtractive synth – adding character, dynamics, and a good deal of retro-futuristic oddness to your patches.

In this circuit design workshop, Moritz Klein will walk you through the absolute basics of analog filtering. You'll be able to experiment with and learn about core concepts such as passive/active RC filters, variable cutoff frequencies and feedback/resonance. For that, the workshop includes a mki x DIY VCF kit, a breadboard, jumpers and batteries.
Afterwards, stick around for a group soldering session, where we'll assemble the VCF module using the PCB and panel included in the kit.

€ 120
 3 hours, coffee/tea/snacks, all hardware (mki x DIY VCF kit, a breadboard, jumpers and batteries)